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A man is administered one of the first vaccines at FEMA's mass-vaccination site in Center City. Photo: Nigel Thompson/AL DÍA News

Esperanza is now the second mass-vaccination site run by FEMA, and will open to the public on Saturday morning, April 10. It will deliver between 1,500 and 2,500 vaccinations per day.

Philly activists speak out against Trump’s national emergency declaration

 02/19/2019 - 17:34
Activists organize outside Congressman Dwight Evans’ office. Photo: Rachael Warriner, By The People.

“His decision will pull resources from natural disaster relief in Puerto Rico, and will prohibit money from being spent to fix our public schools, repair our roads and bridges, and  provide affordable health care for Philadelphians,” City Council candidate Fernando Treviño told AL DÍA.

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